From e-books to crowd sourcing information, education is seeing one of the biggest shake-ups since the advent of the printing press.
In a high tech world, what is more practical – buying a book, going to a library, or simply browsing online to get the information you need without paying a penny?
So academics in Cambridge have launched Open Book to make the top academic texts available for free and since the economic crisis they’re finding huge success in Greece.
In Egypt some university students are taking part in the Wikipedia Education Program where they are learning how to use and contribute to the Arabic edition.
In the US with Eyewire, a crowd sourcing game created by scientists at MIT in Boston, gamers turn into neuroscientists.
Open sources of knowledge are opening doors to education all over the world.